The Columbia Tennis League is the local organization of the USTA in the Columbia, South Carolina metropolitan area. The league features organized competition throughout the year for adults, seniors and children. The adult, senior and junior team tennis leagues compete in the spring and fall. The Mixed Doubles and Combo Doubles and Singles leagues compete in early and late summer.

Calendar2017 Combo Doubles League

The Combo Doubles league offers play for doubles teams whose players have different NTRP ratings. Team registration for the 2017 Combo Doubles League remains open through June 9, 2017. Players may be added to team rosters through August 10, 2017. Fees are $17/player for the age 18 & up and 40 & up leauges. Fess are $15/player for the age 55 & up and 65 & up leagues. Play begins July 5. Please see the combo doubles captain's letter for complete details.

Captains are asked to complete the combo doubles team information form.

Tennis Apprentice – New Classes Scheduled!

Tennis Apprentice is an all-inclusive tennis program for the beginner adult player! (18+)

This class is for beginner players or those getting back into the game who are non-USTA members.

Here’s the bargain we are offering for just $60!

  • Six one hour lessons taught by an experienced professional
  • A Head TI Conquest beginner racket
  • One year USTA membership ($44 value)
  • Pathway to USTA league tennis
  • New friends and a new sport for life! (Priceless!)

Your payment of $60, along with the completed registration form reserves your spot! (Click here for form.) We take cash, check, or money order - made out to Columbia Tennis League (CTL). You can mail your check or drop it by!

Nan R. Smith
223 Aiken Hunt Circle
Columbia, SC. 29223

CTL is offering the following classes this summer:

  • Richland County Tennis Center – 7500 Parklane Road, 29223
    Weekly: Tuesdays, June 6 – July 18: 6:30-7:30 PM
  • Greenview Park – 6700 David Street, 29203
    Weekly: Wednesday, June 14 – July 19: 6:00-7:00 PM

2017 Singles League

Team registration for the 2017 Singles League has ended. League play commences May 6. Players may be added to teams until the next to last scheduled match. Please see the captain's letter for complete details. Good luck to everyone this season!

Mixed Doubles

Play has started for the 2017 Mixed Doubles Leauge. Players may be added to teams until the next to last scheduled match. Please see the captain's letter for complete details. Also, please review the 2017 South Carolina rules for mixed doubles as well as the local rules for the Columbia league.

Junior Team Tennis

We wrapped our JTT Beginner League at the Columbia Tennis Center Friday, May 12 with tennis games and a pizza party This season we had two divisions, Orange and Green Dot ball. Each match-day Friday we had on average 50 players attending. We tried something new this season with the players all meeting at one facility. The green dot players were organized and overseen by CTC pro Jeff Kefalos. They played traditional tennis with singles,doubles and mixed. The orange ball players were broken up into skill levels to play traditional singles and doubles or doubles with rallying for points. We had great parent participation on the courts which helped things run very smoothly. The kids really enjoyed it and so much improvement was made each week in their abilities.

We had teams from the Columbia Tennis Center, Greenview Park, The Rockbridge Club, Spring Valley Country Club and Old Woodlands Park. I want to thank all the parents who were flexible and going with the new format and one facilty. Many thanks to my pros Jeff Kefalos (CTC), Brian Clark (Spring Valley) and Domino Boulware ( Greenview Park) and Carlos Lozano ( Rockbridge Club) for fully supporting our beginners and trying something a bit different this season, plus Jim Hinson at Wildewood for being the CTL's long term supporter of JTT. Also many thanks to my two parent coaches Melanie Michel and Paige Haas who ran their weekly practices and for coming every Friday to help with the orange ball players and make it a great time for them.

A huge thank you to the Columbia Tennis League and their board for ALWAYS supporting JTT and giving me the green light to do and try anything to help more kids play tennis.

- Toni Odom, JTT coordinator


The Columbia Tennis League welcomes all people who play, watch, support or enjoy the game of tennis into our events, programs, membership and leadership and will not discriminate against any person on the basis of age, sex, race, ethnicity, creed, sexual orientation, color, physical condition or national origin.  Moreover, we believe that the growth of tennis hinges on effective outreach to groups that have not traditionally been heavily involved in the sport and we will actively solicit and support the participation of such groups.